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url 2019-07-10 12:22
Manuscript Rejection Reasons and How to Prevent It

A good manuscript is an original document(s) usually explains new outcomes through well-organized scientific research. In the field of pharmaceutical science, any performed research study is necessary to convert into published manuscripts. Generally, it is written by a scientific writer for researchers. Manuscripts can be published in the national or international scientific journals in the form of expert and editorial opinions, reviews, research articles, short communications, and proceedings. From these, research and reviews articles are the most important and prevalent types of manuscripts, which are often read and written. Read More 

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review 2018-03-24 00:00
The Consequence of Rejection
The Consequence of Rejection - Rachel Va... The Consequence of Rejection - Rachel Van Dyken Exactly what you expect: Max's hijinks, Jason's seriously shitty luck, and general laughs all around.
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text 2016-04-15 10:57
Fathers and Sons
ReejecttIIon - a number two (Rejection) (Volume 2) - Daniel Clausen,Harry Whitewolf,Mr. Wolf

The following is an excerpt from an extended book review of Lester Goran’s book “Bing Crosby’s Last Song.” The book review is written more like a creative essay / short story than a book review.


The review is part of my new book -- ReejecttIIon -- A Number 2. You can purchase a copy here: http://www.amazon.com/ReejecttIIon-number-two-Daniel-Clausen-ebook/dp/B01CF3MK4I/

I tell Lester as I sit in his bar that Boyce Racklin reminds me of my dad. He couldn’t stop helping people. He was a saint, a folk hero -- but to his family, he was always a more ambiguous character. Too much of a do-gooder to do himself very much good.


Lester sees right through me. “You’re writing this damn slop to avoid writing about your dad, aren’t you?”


And my mom. But that’s not the point.


The story of how Boyce Racklin became the mythologized “Right” Racklin is on page 14 of the book.


“Don’t worry,” I tell Lester, “I won’t give it away. But I can’t help the feeling that this is my dad you’re writing about. One Christmas I find all the toys in my house gone. It turned out that my dad had donated them all to some children who had no gifts for Christmas. The kids got gifts and I got robbed.”


Lester doesn’t seem amused.


Fathers and legacies. Was Boyce Racklin a hero up until the end? Did he jump into the river to save some girl or was it a suicide? That’s the question.


“A million indignities follow the man or woman who gives himself to the poor,” I tell Lester. He still doesn’t seem amused. He also seems unimpressed with the rate of my drinking.


“I thought you were going to write this review essay about me. Here you are talking about yourself.”


“I learned from the best,” I quip and get what has to be, at best, my second or third smile of the night.


“I want to change venues,” I tell him.


“I want to go to Gotsubo in Nagasaki. My old hangout.”


He remains quiet. Who knows if he can even exist in a place beside some conjuring of his old haunts in Oakland. Perhaps there is no place for him where his spirit can rest other than the places he created for himself in his fiction.


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review 2016-04-05 02:37
The Messiness of it All
Sin No More - Kimberla Lawson Roby

This is book 5 in a series of about 11 or 12, I believe. I am so tempted to write a review on each book.   However,  I feel like I would not be doing it justice without reaching close to the last book in the series.


There's so much going on,  I honestly don't know where to start.  On to the next one!


#ReadingKeepsMeSane #BookClubGroupies  

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text 2015-08-01 14:17
July wrap-up

I've finally had a successful reading (and watching) month! I've read 10 books in total. These are all the books I've read:

  • Carrie by Stephen King 4.5/5 ★ review
  • City of Ashes (The Mortal Instruments #2) by Cassandra Clare 4/5★
  • Rite of Rejection by Sarah Negovetich 4/5★ review
  • Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy 1.5/5★ review
  • City of Glass (The Mortal Instruments #3 by Cassandra Clare 4/5★

  • Confess by Colleen Hoover 3/5★review
  • Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Ngozie Adichie 4.5/5★ review
  • The Changeling (The Changeling #1) by Philippa Gregory 1.5/5★ review
  • Essays collection by George Orwell review
  • Great Expectations by Charles Dickens


I technically did not finish Anna Karenina and The Changeling to I marked them as dnf-ed because I don't want to finish them. I also haven't read all of Orwell's essays but yea. I got to page 140 out of 508 of Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, so I will try to finish this one this weekend so before #booktubeathon starts.


As you can see I didn't participated in the TBRTakedown read-along as I planned to. When that read-along started I still hadn't finish Purple Hibiscus and George Orwell's essays so I really wanted to finish those two before the end of the month and I did start The Changeling but I didn't like that one at all. I couldn't do most of the challenges anyways and I wasn't in the mood for those books so I decided to leave it for it was and read Great Expectations instead.


I also listened to three fairy tales of the brothers Grimm on PodCast: Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White and Rapunzel. The last two are on the Rory Gilmore reading list so at least I've read them now. I still want a bindup of all of Grimm's fairy tales, but that's a start.


When it comes to tv shows and movies I watched more than usual. I've rewatched the entire first season of Gossip Girl and Gilmore Girls (I only have 2 episodes of Gilmore Girls season 1 left to watch).I also watched the first few episodes of Suits season 3, but for some reason I can't get into it and I'm not liking that season so far. Should I continue watching it?


And last but not least I've watched four movies:


So this was a pretty good month, right?! I also wanted to mention that I've (finally) passed my driving test so now I can finally drive around!


August will be the last month I don't have to do anything school related, so that will be a pretty good month as well.


What books have you read in July and which one was your favorite?

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